A final report is still about a week away, but the Secretary of State’s office says its preliminary finding has uncovered nothing happened election night in St. Louis that could have changed the outcome of any election. Legal Counsel June Doughty with the Secretary of State’s office found nothing to substantiate allegations that ballot boxes were left unattended that night. She does find some truth to charges that some qualified voters were turned away at the polls and that others who weren’t qualified were allowed to vote. The office is also reviewing the circumstances that led to St. Louis polls remaining open past closing time until an appeals court ordered them closed.
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